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Madelaine Gardner, Designer of Morilee Bridal, Showcases Her Latest Collection

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Madeline Gardner, designer for Morilee, has dressed brides for twenty-five years and offers a few dress etiquette tips, as Bridal Weeks are hosted showcasing everything needed for the extravagant to stylish simplicity, all Brides understand may be needed for the Big Day.

Morilee, the Bridal House, offers five distinct collections as unique as each woman’s dreams for her Wedding Day: Morilee, Blu, Voyage, AF Couture, and Juliette. She also offers Bridesmaids dressing, prom, occasion dresses and accessories.

The Magic of the Dress

The highly anticipated runway show featured 26 magical looks and was aptly named Dress Come True. The collection was inspired by dreams; and featured gorgeous dresses filled with layers of sparkling tulle, gowns that flounce and float on air, crystals that shine like diamonds and beautiful timeless laces. 

"The detail and dimension of this collection are unique to anything I’ve done in the past. I’ve created new embroideries, along with special sparkle fabrics created to layer to add depth to each gown. The beading is special as are the laces I’ve chosen to make each gown more romantic,"  Madeline Gardner, Designer & Creative Director of Morilee said.

Morilee's Spring 2017 Julietta Collection for the gorgeous full figured bride. The collection is the perfect blend of glamour and elegance filled with amazing styles, textures and trends for every body.

Morilee by Madeline Gardner’s Blu Collection. This collection features gorgeous modern designs with incredible detailing; classic yet contemporary with delicate lace, floral appliques and crystal beading.

"We know that when we create a dress, we’re not just making something to wear. We’re making magic."

How Much is Too Much 

Showing just the right amount of skin on your wedding day can be tricky, there is a fine line between elegant and too much!

With sexy dresses being one of the biggest trends of 2017, Morilee by Madeline Gardner has the perfect selection of gowns that can help you show skin the right way on your wedding day.

All About The Back

Draw attention to your gorgeous back with an open back dress with beautiful detailing.

Strapless

Going with a strapless gown allows you to show off those toned arms while still feeling feminine and sophisticated.

The Deep V

A low-cut gown “done the right way” can be a great way to show some skin and feel sexy on your wedding day.

Strategic Beading

These gowns have beautifully strategically placed beads and crystals that give them a sexy yet glamorous feel.

Crop Tops and Sheer Paneling

Are a great way to share just a peekaboo of skin. Showing just the right amount of midriff.

 

Planning An Outdoor Wedding

It’s spring – and there’s more than just love in the air. There’s the scent of fresh flowers in bloom, the sound of birds chirping and the sight of greenery growing anew. A delight to all the senses, spring is the perfect time of year to be outside – and to host an outdoor wedding. So how do you make yours stand out among the bunch? Find a unique theme that brings out the best of the season. Here are a few ideas for spring weddings, including dresses to help you play the part.

Consider having your spring wedding in a rose garden, which offers an inherently romantic setting with natural beauty. For the décor: Since the ceremony will already be filled with flowers from the surrounding garden, go another route with the aisle decorations. Keep it simple, tying lace ribbon into an over-sized bow and fastening it to each of the chairs nearest to the inside aisle. A bird cage also makes a great decoration – and can be used to collect wedding cards on the gift table. For the dress: Keep the theme going by incorporating flowers into your wedding day accessories. Wear a flower brooch over your heart or tie a sash with a removable flower around your waistline.

More About Madelaine Garnder

As said by our internationally world renowned bridal designer, Madeline Gardner, our dresses are truly magical.  Her amazing designs have been making millions of brides’ dreams come true all around the world.  

For more than 25 years, Madeline Gardner’s sensational wedding dress and evening gowns have been the guiding force behind Morilee’s remarkable success. As a graduate from the famed Fashion Institute of Technology, she has blended her expert knowledge of design with her flare for beautiful details to produce only the most gorgeous dresses.

Madeline’s clear passion for fashion has shined bright as she has been turning women’s dreams into reality on their wedding day and special events.  She relishes each time she hears from a blushing bride, thanking her for making their dress, and their day, everything they hoped for.

In each of Madeline Gardner’s dresses you will notice an emphasis on the elaborate beaded details and her use of rich and sumptuous fabrics. She recognizes the importance of making sure her dresses are timeless while staying up with the most contemporary trends and styles. Knowing that the fit is everything, all of her dresses feel custom tailored, a perfect match to make you feel as good as you look.

With her studio in the heart of bustling New York City, Madeline Gardner continues to seek influences from all the latest fashions. While her style is always evolving, her designs continue to transcend time. 

These are the words of the internationally renowned bridal designer, Madeline Gardner. Her luscious wedding dresses have turned heads and dropped jaws at millions of weddings throughout the world. To the lucky brides who get to wear these gorgeous works of art, Madeline Gardner is much more than a magician. She’s a fairy godmother making dreams come true.

A graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology, Madeline Gardner has been the driving force behind the extraordinary success of Mori Lee Wedding Dress and Evening wear for over 25 years. 

She loves every second of the work she does to make women of all ages feel beautiful on their special day, and she cherishes the constant flow of notes and photos she receives from blushing new brides gushing with gratitude. Characteristic of her dresses is the generous use of rich fabrics, the meticulously detailed beadwork, the innovative partnering of traditional styling with more fashion forward influences. She is known for her obsession with perfect fit, believing that how a dress makes a woman feel is as important as how it makes her look.

Madeline Gardner’s award winning dresses are designed in a studio in New York City, where she is constantly exploring new textures, techniques and materials while immersing herself in the latest fashions. She credits living in the “Capital of Glamour” as the source of her energy, drive and inspiration.

For more dresses: https://www.morilee.com/

Content courtesy of CodedPR and Morilee and used with permission.

Images courtesy of CodedPR and Morilee and used with permission.

 

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